All the places you can read the “Million Eyes” short stories

The Million Eyes short stories are standalone short stories set in the same universe as the Million Eyes Trilogy. Here is a list of all the stories that have been published so far, with little blurbs and links to where you can read them.

Rachel Can See

Rachel Evans is having memories of things that didn’t happen. A shadowy organisation, concerned by what she might reveal, takes action.

Longlisted by Inktears in 2014, Rachel Can See was published in Metamorphose Volume 2 and won an honourable mention. Click the icon below to buy a copy. You can also read a sneak peek on Metamorphose’s website.

Paul

A car crash that wasn’t supposed to happen. A much-loved musician who wasn’t supposed to die. It’s time to set things right — but at what cost?

Shortlisted in the Aeon Award Contest 2015, Paul was published by Storgy Magazine (and later re-published in Suspense Magazine). Click the icon to read it.

Who is Rudolph Fentz?

A man discovers that a fictional short story by Jack Finney about weird time travelling goings on in New York might not be so fictional after all.

Who is Rudolph Fentz? was published in Issue 68 of Scribble Magazine and won 3rd prize out of 19 stories in that issue, voted for by the readers. The issue is now out of print, but it was later re-published by Storgy Magazine. Click the icon to read it.

The Charlie Chaplin Time Traveller

A woman on a mobile phone — in 1928? Film director George Clarke investigates a time-bending oddity on an old Charlie Chaplin DVD, but needs to be careful where he pokes his nose.

This story was published in Issue 11 of Tigershark Magazine (and can be read here) and the March/April 2017 edition of Suspense Magazine. Click the icon to read it in Suspense Magazine.

The Home Secretary is safe 

Cody Evans is sick of hearing about how Mrs Battersby needs to trim her unsightly hedge, but the woman opposite on the train won’t stop saying it. What’s going on?

The Home Secretary is safe was published by sci-fi magazine Phantaxis in Issue 6. Click the icon to buy a copy from Amazon.

Operation Loch Ness

DS Claire Garrison is tasked with investigating the disappearance of an amateur Loch Ness Monster hunter. It turns out Nessie is the last of her problems.

The longest of the Million Eyes short stories, this was published by strange fiction magazine Idle Ink. Click the icon to read it.

Rachel Can Still See

What do you do when a time traveller goes rogue? Rachel Evans is about to find out.

The sequel to Rachel Can See, this was published in Phantaxis Issue 7. It was also highly commended by Writers’ Forum and won the Rushmoor Writers Hyde Cup in 2016. Click the icon to buy a copy from Amazon.

There are further stories coming soon…

The Babushka Lady will be published by Indie Authors Press in their time travel anthology The Chronos Chronicles, set to be released imminently.

Eryl Mai’s Dream is set to be published by Dark Tales in their forthcoming anthology Dark Tales 17. This is currently set for release sometime in spring, but there’s no firm date yet.

A very loosely linked story, The Emancipation of Google, is due to be published by Theme of Absence next Friday (11th May). More details on that soon.

In other news…

I’m still writing for the Time Travel Nexus, so please follow, like and share my posts on there. I write regularly for a column called Time Travel Nexus Investigates, which is all about time travel conspiracy theories and urban legends. Last month I also wrote a post about time travel in Star Trek and how the 2009 movie buggered up the entire Star Trek universe.

Here is a list of my TTN posts so far, with links:

Time Travel Nexus Investigates

Misc

Lastly, I got some super-positive feedback from a potential publisher on the first novel in the Million Eyes Trilogy, with some constructive advice on things I can improve and strengthen. So I’ve started a new edit. It’s not a major overhaul or anything. It’s just a case of fleshing out and adding to what’s there. Going well so far…

That’s all for now. Oh, and May the 4th be with you!

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